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21st March 2018
An award-winning Social Enterprise, Amazing Brains, which is dedicated to helping students to reach their full potential, is hosting open exam preparation sessions next week in a move which founder Roisin McFeely hopes will empower students to take control of the exam period. Amazing Brains has developed a specific ‘Study System’ that has been delivered to thousands ...
Women urged to write the next chapter in ambitious new civic empowerment initiative
7th March 2018
Women of all ages and backgrounds have a vital role to play in the next generation of peace building and reconciliation work - that was the message this morning as Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus Chair Paula Bradley MLA and Deputy Chair Megan Fearon MLA urged women to register their interest to participate in The Next Chapter, an ambitious and exciting civic empower...
Planning granted for £35 million housing-led regeneration to include 244 homes
5th March 2018
Project will support 300 construction jobs with contractors onsite in March 2018. Radius Housing has been granted planning approval for the regeneration of the former Visteon site at a meeting of Belfast City Council last night. The £35 million development will see the construction of 244 private and social homes and access to community and workspace facilities, all set with...
Do you have what it takes for the SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon?
26th February 2018
The sixth SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon takes place on the 3rd June The countdown is on for the sixth SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon. Hundreds of runners from right across Ireland and beyond are already feeling the burn as they turn up the gears on their training ahead of the race in Derry/Londonderry on the 3rd June. The 26.2-mile track takes runners along the b...
Visitors flock to Gilbert & George
22nd February 2018
More than 7500 have visited the exhibition at the MAC in the opening weeks Fans of Gilbert & George have been flocking to the MAC to visit the SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for Belfast exhibition. Since it opened on the 26th January, just four weeks ago, more than 7500 people have visited the MAC to see the spectacular images created by the world-renowned artists...
Health Literacy Conference - empowering people
16th February 2018
Over one hundred community and health professionals from across the UK and Ireland are attending the 5th Health Literacy UK Conference which for the first time takes place in Belfast. The event in Riddel Hall, Queen’s University includes some of the leading world experts on health literacy, Professor Don Nutbeam, Professor of Public Health in Sydney, Australia will provide t...
How will you measure up for Rock Red Friday?
6th February 2018
Heart kids from across Northern Ireland are calling on everyone to wear something red on Rock Red Friday, which takes place on February 9th; in support of local children’s charity, Children’s Heartbeat Trust. The day will see workplaces, schools, colleges, playgroups transformed into a sea of red, all with the aim of raising awareness of congenital heart disease (CH...
Cameron House dedicated to pioneer of social housing
30th January 2018
Radius Housing’s Holywood office has today been renamed Cameron House, in honour of former Chairman William Cameron OBE, a pioneer of social housing in Northern Ireland who passed away in April last year. The late Chairman’s family joined staff from Radius Housing and many friends and colleagues whom he worked with over his long housing career in a special event to rename the...
26th January 2018
Award winning artist Gilbert & George launch ‘SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for Belfast’ at the MAC   One of the world’s most recognisable and provocative artistic duos Gilbert & George opened their most significant exhibition in Ireland in almost 20 years at the MAC, Belfast, last night. The London based artists were in town to open a specially curated...
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